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1. Jinn (neuter singular jann, masculine singular/adjective jinni feminine adjective Jinniyya, plural jinn, jinns, jinnan, jawan, jinnah), also sometimes anglicised as genie plural: genies or genii) are entities of fire from Arabic mythology

Jinn, Jann, Jinni, Jinniyya, Jinns, Jinnan, Jawan, Jinnah

2. Here's the debut appearance of Lebanese superheroine Jinniyya (played by Kristin)

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3. Plural of Jinniyya (h) the female genies the term can used also as adjective (depends on context) Pages in category "Jinniyyat" The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

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4. The third Jinniyya who can demand henna is Lalla Mira

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5. She is said to be an Amazigh Jinniyya, and is associated with the colour yellow

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6. However, the Jinniyya tells Abdullah that the young woman from the city drowned

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7. Arwa al-Jinniyya (Jararvellir Kingdom of Northshield) Starting out with a Scots-Gaelic persona for the music, Arwa soon shifted to an Al-Andalusian one for the …

Jinniyya, Jararvellir

8. Greedy Darbouka (Tiffany), with the power to create massive sonic waves, meets virtuous Jinniyya (Kristin), with super strength and the power of the wind

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9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1988 Vinyl release of Jinniyya on Discogs

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10. Label: Ink Records - INK 1235 • Format: Vinyl 12 C Cat Trance - Jinniyya (1988, Vinyl) Discogs

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11. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about C Cat Trance - Jinniyya at Discogs

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12. Listen to Jinniyya by C Cat Trance on Apple Music

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13. Stream songs including "Jinniyya" and ”Sudaniyya (Minimal Mix)".

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14. It is a neuter singular for jinn, while Jinni and Jinniyya(h) are either adjectives, or masculine and feminine singulars or both.

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15. From Arabic جِنِّيَّة‎ (Jinniyya)

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16. From Arabic جِنِّيَّة‎ (Jinniyya)

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17. This emboldened Devorra to challenge Jinniyya the Arabic superwoman (Kristin), who was no longer the only mistress of the skies (other than Poderosa, of course)

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18. Jinniyya and Gardenia pursue the trail of Devorra the Queen Bee, while Arogya and Frija track Kaliyuga’s vengeful path of destruction

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19. In this scene, Gardenia and Jinniyya have tracked Devorra the Queen Bee to her hideout and are ready to bring her to justice

Jinniyya, Justice

20. THE COLLOQUY OF ABU Jinniyya was published in The Book of Collateral Damage on page 86.

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21. Jinniyya and Gardenia pursue the trail of Devorra the Queen Bee, while Arogya and Frija track Kaliyuga’s vengeful path of destruction

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22. The Hamadsha have a special relationship with 'Aisha Quadisha, a powerful Jinniyya of West African origin, whose role in the cosmology of the order is virtually on a level with that of the saints

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23. In both varieties, Jinniyya(t) is the feminine

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24. Jinniyya is caught under Devorra's hypnotic drone control! Pagliaccia projects her deadly fear waves over Poderosa! Jinniyya squares off against the sneaky Sintilla! Devorra in the flight of the Queen Bee! Vengeful Pagliaccia reaches for her weapon! X-Machina battles Drake of the Black Faction with her magnetic powers! Pow! Wham!

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25. This is a very interesting ethnographic read about a Moroccan man who believes he is married to a malevolent spirit (Jinniyya) called A'isha Qandisha

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26. Will Jinniyya teach Stellara the lesson she deserves, or be crushed beneath her blue heels? Find out when EP19 comes out in spring, and in the meantime check out more amazing exploits of Jinniyya and Stellara in Heroineburgh Comics #2, available across the Steel City and beyond!

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27. For this re-issue we have included the 12" singles Ishta Bil Habul and Jinniyya

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28. This is a very interesting ethnographic read about a Moroccan man who believes he is married to a malevolent spirit (Jinniyya) called A'isha Qandisha

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29. Lyrics ©2013 Jennifer Siegel (Arwa al-Jinniyya, Northshield) (Set to the tune of Bound For To Go - The Jig of Slurs by Michael Greiner) Note: "Bás roimh aitheantas" is pronounced "bwahs roov ath-EN-tas" and means "death before recognition." It was Moira the Strongbow's personal motto and over time has been adopted by the archers of Jararvellir.

Jennifer, Jinniyya, Jig, Jararvellir

30. Jinn (alternatively spelled with g, y, or dj instead of j and one n instead of two, neuter singular jann, masculine singular/adjective jinni feminine adjective Jinniyya, plural jinn, jinns, jinnan, jawan, jinnah) also sometimes anglicised as genie plural: genies or genii) are entities of fire from Arabic mythology

Jinn, Jann, Jinni, Jinniyya, Jinns, Jinnan, Jawan, Jinnah

31. Did you know that there are Heroineburgh 8-bit perler magnets available for a cool $10 from our friend Doctor Pixel?Right now, you can choose from seven: raging Red Gina, powerful Poderosa, uplifting Jinniyya, frigid Arctica and curative Arogya, plus diabolical Dysphoria and sneaky Sintilla.

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